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why, oh, why do we choose to express formal reasoning, which is in itself hard to follow, with Greek letters in sup…
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Thanks to all my world-wide students: our MOOC on the EU is in the top 50 of best MOOCs ever,
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We put up a new blog post on spillovers:

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New article with out in Social Science Quarterly. We find the public’s thermostatic response to government ou…
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I think it is important to unpack 'uncertainty' before deciding on graphical strategies. My favoured approac…
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another case of well-intentioned programs delivering unintended results.
also shows why program/policy evaluation i…
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As usual, I am a little late to the game, but if you ever find yourself having to teach research design, I highly r…
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Delighted we are launching today. It's just been a blast working w/
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Voting procedures matter.
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Our machine translation paper (with Erik de Vries and ) now online . Finding…
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One of my all-time favourite papers. Only 18 citations, so I thought I should share. An MD cracked his knuckles for…
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Does your diff-in-diff treatment variable turn on at different times? Of course! Most of them do!…
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My new article on gender & opinion-policy congruence in Europe shows although policy preferences are similar, men a…
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Chinese imports and domestic employment across 18 OECD countries | Stefan Thewissen , Olaf van Vli…
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Tickets for all May & June 2019 tour dates are on-sale NOW:
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You’ve heard of the Mexican standoff. This is the Warsaw standoff.
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What is EU-STRAT about?

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Forthcoming in : we compared networks of economic policy expertise in the US and Germany: US economist…
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Important new report by European Court of Auditors on enforcement and oversight of EU law by the European Commissio…
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if you are interested in the enforcement and oversight of EU law, check out this new report by the European Court o…
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EUROPP – How interest groups influence public opinion
Summary of my recent paper in on interest groups' influence on public opinion.
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My article w/ "The Delegate Paradox: Why Polarized Politicians Can Represent Citizens Best" just came ou…
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Had an amazing experience discussing and anti- with Indonesian students of in…
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A while ago I wrote a toy function that creates small bar charts out of Unicode block elements, inspired by…
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Thrilled to receive a 1.5m ERC grant for a 5-year research project on "The Decline and Death of International Organ…
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Check out this neat, intuitive little visualization by on mixed effects models. (Thanks to for p…
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Here is also a more basic introduction to Bayesian inference with illustrations in R:
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The Basics of Bayesian Inference
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I wrote a simple Metropolis sampler in R to illustrate MCMC approaches and here is a write-up. I hope it might be u…
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Randomization never ensures zero bias. It provides probabilistic bounds on confounding.

Therefore, by…
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Interested in what explains attitudes towards EU ? Check out our new paper with…
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plotly 4.8.0 now on CRAN - Carson's blog on R, RStudio, plotly, shiny, data visualization, statistics, etc
plotly 4.8.0 (over a year in the making) is now on CRAN!

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Very happy to have been awarded a Jean Monnet Chair by the European Union for 2018-2021 at the Institute of Politic…
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Despite the dark meaning. This is aestetically and scientifically one of the most beautiful data visualisations I h…
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Responsiveness vs. responsibility: political parties take popular positions on policy issues, until they get in gov…
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My paper "How interest groups influence public opinion: Arguments matter more than the sources" now published with…
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Intelligence has no systematic influence on the political vote, as it causes opposite effects on social and economi…
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I had to pacify a reviewer's demand to remove the reference to Babylon, possibly to protect the honor of ML. I tru…
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Welcome to Twitter
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